I wrote this video to teach people that nonspeaking autistics deserve to be heard. Please watch and learn about us.Trigger warning: sexual assault
Category: My videos
I wrote this poem to give hope and to inform people about nonspeaking autistics. My love for people goes to help others. Laura Hastings put my poem to music and sings beautifully.
Voices of Inclusion – My Story
Here is a video that I made with my team from the Friendship Revolution. Please watch, so you may think differently about nonspeaking people. Here is a link to the full video of Voices of Inclusion. https://youtu.be/0_BdYhKEM4o
Friendship Revolution 2.0 Documentary
I feel proud to have been a part of the beautiful Montreal Friendship Circle’s Project. I want to thank the group that I was a part of because they always made me feel seen. Please take the time to watch. I want you all to care about people with special needs.
My poem Hear Me Think Out Loud is recited in the video.
Moving On (song)
I wrote this song with my beautiful piano teacher, Laura Hastings, from Westmount Music Therapy, for I-ASC, which hosted the first ever Boards and Chords event for non speaking people. Listen with love.
Autistics are Talking (song)
I wrote this song with my beautiful piano teacher, Laura Hastings, from Westmount Music Therapy. This was the bold, first of its kind, SpellX which was put together by I-ASC. Listen with love.
West Island News interview
This was my first interview. I was so nervous. Rhonda Massad, from the West Island News, was kind and patient. she made me feel so relaxed. Please listen with love.